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True gent was always happy

True gent was always happy

True gent was always happy

A legend in Shipston, Ernest Plumb – known as Spencer – has sadly died aged 95.


‘Wonderful and charming with abiding love of music’

‘Wonderful and charming with abiding love of music’

‘Wonderful and charming with abiding love of music’

Chair of Stratford Chamber Music Society and stalwart of the bridge club, Brian Midgley has sadly died aged 86.


Former Tory MP and energetic Stratford town manager dies aged 75

Former Tory MP and energetic Stratford town manager dies aged 75

Former Tory MP and energetic Stratford town manager dies aged 75

Maureen worked tirelessly to boost tourism, campaigned for a cinema and supported several causes in Stratford.


Town mourns after shock loss of Hannah

Town mourns after shock loss of Hannah

Town mourns after shock loss of Hannah

Lawyer and mum-of-two Hannah Alexander died suddenly and unexpectedly was “woven into the fabric of Stratford”.


Tributes to John Duckett – Stratford born-and-bred former mayor, boxer and NFU worker

Tributes to John Duckett – Stratford born-and-bred former mayor, boxer and NFU worker

Tributes to John Duckett – Stratford born-and-bred former mayor, boxer and NFU worker

Former Stratford mayor John Duckett, who has died at the age of 93, was involved with a wealth of organisations in the town.


Tributes to former KES English and drama teacher Pauline Brace who died, aged 95

Tributes to former KES English and drama teacher Pauline Brace who died, aged 95

Tributes to former KES English and drama teacher Pauline Brace who died, aged 95

Pauline’s son, Matt Brace, has written a lovely tribute to the former teacher who was dedicated to the arts.


Tributes to a father, doctor and sportsman

Tributes to a father, doctor and sportsman

Tributes to a father, doctor and sportsman

Dr Ken Holley met his future wife in a hockey match between nurses and student doctors.


Champion racer and loving family man will be much missed

Champion racer and loving family man will be much missed

Champion racer and loving family man will be much missed

Shipston legend and motorcycle Grand Prix world champion of the 1950s Cecil Sandford has sadly died aged 95


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